Elements and Compounds
Who labeled the gas carbon dioxide?
It is named Carbon Dioxide because of its chemical structure, CO2. It has one carbon atom and two oxygen atoms in each molecule. Its name is a result of the IUPAC naming convention. The question should perhaps be who invented the IUPAC nomenclature.
Is carbon dioxide a red gas that turns limestone pink?
Asked in Chemistry
Why can you see the movement of nitrogen dioxide gas in a container but not carbon dioxide?
Asked in Chemistry, Global Warming, Carbon Footprints
How is carbon dioxide produced naturally in the environment?
Asked in Planetary Science, Planet Venus
What is the most abundant gas in Venus' atmosphere?
Asked in Global Warming, Chemistry, Pollution
What is carbon dioxide and how may it be harmful to drivers?
1. Carbon dioxide is a gas, non-toxic, with the formula CO2. 2. Carbon dioxide is not harmful for drivers. But: - carbon dioxide is harmful for the life on the earth because is a green house gas - carbon dioxide is not a breathing gas and did not maintain animal life - carbon dioxide is useful for plants, important in photosynthesis